Blurring the line between living spaces to make for the perfect view
Ultra-slim sliding doors from the exclusive viiu range are causing a real stir within high-end home improvement circles. Catching the eye of keen architects, key dealers and aluminium installers right across Britain, viiu sets itself firmly apart from any potential competitors. This is thanks to its seamless combination of luxurious, minimalist aesthetics, ‘on-trend’ ultra-slim structure, superior training standards and prestigious PAS24-2016 compliance.
To understand why viiu’s ultra-slim sliding doors are held in such high regard, we’ve compiled the following case study via a recent client. This installation was necessary as the customer sought a high quality, electrically operated ultra-slim sliding doorway feature to make a dramatic contemporary statement within their 1950’s built home. Following an in-depth analysis of the market, the significance of viiu’s state-of-the-art Smart Motorisation features provided the client with the ideal “moving glass wall” effect without having to compromise on the height or width of the doors.
This fashionable high-end blend of modern and vintage building styles is a design solution that the viiu team excel at accomplishing. As you can see (photos below), the uncluttered and smooth design of the final result definitely exceeds expectations, delivering the ultimate ‘wow’ factor that other ultra-slim aluminium sliding doors simply cannot compete with.
Impressively, this sophisticated, high-profile renovation project took just two days to carry out the entire installation from start to finish.Gallery
Exceedingly satisfied with the end result, the client added: “The Viiu team were punctual, courteous and generally pleasant to have around. I would definitely recommend this high-quality product to others and will be purchasing more of these doors later on in the year.”Get a quote
Ultra-slim sliding doors from the exclusive viiu range are causing a real stir within high-end home improvement circles. Catching the...Read more
Some of the photographs featured on the site have been provided by the following: Christophe Van Couteren, Samuel Defourny, Crahay, Jamaigne Architectes & Atelier d'architecture Franck Martinez